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As grand marshal of the 124th Tournament of Roses Parade, British primatologist Jane Goodall got the grandest possible tour of Colorado Boulevard on New Year’s Day. Best known for her decades-long studies of chimpanzee behavior in the wilds of...
Tags: Festive Events, Football, Sports, England, Human Rights
The head of the Church of England is leaving office after a decade as the spiritual leader of the world's 80 million-strong Anglican Communion. Rowan Williams, the 104th archbishop of Canterbury, will be replaced by 56-year-old former oil executive...
Can government play a positive role in economic development? To understand who built what in the construction of the American economy from its pre-industrial origins, a look at one of the drivers of U.S. innovation — venture capital — is...
The risks of bad behaviors are well known but not necessarily well understood. Most people are aware that binging on red meat, cigarettes and whiskey on a regular basis isn't good for us -- but how to make sense of the severity of the risk? When a...
L.A. NOWThe California Institute of Technology once again tops the ranks of the world’s best research universities, while University of California campuses at Berkeley and Los Angeles maintained their top 20 positions despite massive state funding cuts to...
L.A. NOWOnce again, the California Institute of Technology is ranked the best in the world. The Pasadena institution retained its ranking as the world’s best research university in the 2012-13 World University Rankings released this week by the Times Higher...
If Paula Broadwell is David H. Petraeus' mistress, what is he to her? Biography subject, sure. Boyfriend, maybe. But what's the male equivalent of "mistress"? The growing cast of extremely prolific characters (30,000 pages of email!) in the Petraeus...
Two ill-advised campaign ads have us wondering, "what were they thinking?" A video supporting Rep. Kristi Noem went viral online over the weekend, but not in the way Noem and the state GOP intended. (See video below) The two-and-a-half-minute-long...
Tags: Kristi Noem, Elections, Republican Party, YouTube, Politics
Dennis Avery, who used his share of a family fortune to fund philanthropic ventures around the world and to commission artistic replicas of prehistoric creatures for a quirky sculpture garden in the desert of Borrego Springs, has died. He was 71. Avery...
Tags: Tour Operations Industry, Arts, Tony Perry, Lawyers, AIDS
If it wasn't clear before, it certainly is now: Your username and password are almost impossible to keep safe. Nearly 443,000 e-mail addresses and passwords for a Yahoo site were exposed late Wednesday. The impact stretched beyond Yahoo because the...
Tags: eHarmony, Yahoo! Inc., Theft, LinkedIn Corp., AOL LLC
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe 787 Dreamliner is Boeing's newest and most technologically advanced aircraft. It may also be its most vulnerable. Experts at the University of Cambridge in Great Brtiain have discovered what they say is a "back door" in a computer chip. The experts...
Tags: Actel Corporation
Sir Andrew Huxley, the British researcher who shared the 1963 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discoveries of how nerve impulses are transmitted through cells, died May 30. He was 94. His death was announced by the University of Cambridge'...
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